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that spending. president obama and liberal allies don't seem very concerned. and that, in my opinion, is dangerous. on the social front the latest stats available show there were 1,200,000 abortions performed in the u.s.a. in 2008. that means more than a million americans will never be born. should the country be proud of that? yet, we see wild applause when proabortion zealots speak at the democratic convention, for example. exactly what are they applauding that more than a million potential human beings are dead? drug front panoply that drug use will be legal in the u.s.a. close to 30 million americans are addicted to something. yet, some people are happy, happy that, yet, another indocks can't will soon be widely available. does that make any sense to you? as far as children are concerned they can see the lowest forms of depravity on the internet. yet public schools are mandated to virtually ignore religion. let's recap, enormous amount of entitlement spending drive the nation into bankruptcy. judeo religion philosophy deemphasized in schools. abortion and drugs more widely availa
opponents cheap shot and lie about me. if your position is solid, sell that don't ability like a thug. janet hasson has forfeited her name among responsible journalists. the gab net should understand that and take appropriate action. nothing else. that's the memo. reaction, with us dr. beth nobel who teaches communications at fordham university. newark, delaware, correspondent for cnn who now teaches at the university of delaware. ralph, we get with you, can you defend ms. has son. >> i'm not in the position to defend any individual editor asking a newspaper or any real news organization to keep public information covered up i think is asking a news organization to do something they just don't do. >> bill: so you think that's what this is all about if they didn't publish the information they would have covered it up. >> the information is already public. >> bill: no they got it by a freedom of information ability. >> applied for their permits and they gave up their information. they gave to the government. the government made it public. >> bill: they fought the information. the paper filed a
in my future, i don't want to go to work, i don't feel well, you're going to draw in more negativity, you're going to get bitter on life and sink down into depression and miss your purpose. it's not easy when things are coming against you. you've got to get up and find something to be grateful for. >> that's it for us tonight. it's been an extraordinary year. thank you for watching. >>> hello, everyone. i'm deborah feyerick in for don lemon. the stories you're talking about in just a moment. but first, let's get you up to speed on some of the day's headlines. >>> aurora, colorado, the scene of a deadly movie theater massacre last summer is dealing with a new tragedy tonight. a barricaded gunman and three other people are dead after an early morning stand-off. police say the gunman opened fire on officers after hours of negotiation. >> a s.w.a.t. team was called out. they set up. hostage negotiators tried to get the suspect to come outside. we made multiple attempts. had intermittent phone calls with the suspect throughout the morning. >> officers shot and killed the gunman and found
the wrong thing in america. we subsidize foots that are not good for us. i don't mind having a bun here and there, but with empty calories for the main food fly, our brains are smart. they are looking for nutrients, not calories. if you eat french fries by themselves, they are the single worst food. the average person eating french fries will gain about three poundins a year. a baked potato is fine when the add the sugar and salt and fry them down, our body can't deal with that. you gave me calories, but no nutrients. >> when i came to america, i was struck by two things. one, incredible amount of fast food that you americans guzzle. secondly, the amazing portions that come with almost every meal. you cannot order breakfast without somebody in a restaurant shoveling on potato or fries without anybody asking for it. you just shovel out the food. >> one of the realities -- >> i mean that in a nice way. >> we got comfortable making those portions part of what we do. this is looked at. you move the place size and we have 11 inch plates. that's a lot more food than a nine or seven-inch plate
, america the gigantic market not just smart zones, they want to conquer everything. >> they don't want all of our money flowing into their champion companies like samsung and taking them over. that's what it is. >> that's the crown jewel of south korea. stuart: 8 billion dollars of profit in 13 weeks, that's not bad. charles, stay right there, please. football next, alabama beat notre dame in last night's bcs championship bowl to give the crimson tide back, they got their-- i want to get this right, the football championship back, back-to-back champions and however, the most memorable moment from an otherwise lopsided game was this. >> you see that loving lady there, she does-- and miss alabama aj mccarron's girlfriend and right there is bb bonner and-- >> and they owed katherine webb, the girlfriend of the quarterback. he still is talking about her. >> and one guy, miss alabama and mom is on the right, i think at this moment it might be like 150,000, it's just like, you know, that's nonstop. stuart: he wouldn't stop. >> no, he was smithen. okay, now, ms. webb is the reigning miss alabama,
you don't like the way that they're making your sandwich? >> exactly. >> so then don't buy it. >> great advice 911 operator. if you don't like the way someone is making your sandwich, don't call 911. just don't buy it. when all else fails, speak softly and carry catch up bottle. that's it for us. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, president obama gears up for his next fight with republicans. this time, it's over his defense secretary nominee. >> plus days after our taxes went up, some democrats said we need more taxes, higher taxes. yes, we're going to get answers. >> and more details about the aurora theater massacre. for the first time, police describe the scene and what they found when they first saw james holmes. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, saving sergeant hagel. president obama raring for a fight over his defense secretary nominee. you may say why there a fight? on paper, this guy is pretty incredible. looks like he would be a lock for a job that usually is one with pretty much 100% of
look unprepared in any way? don't be ridiculous. representative john yarmouth coming up on the big show today. we're getting a serious gun control debate in this country. how about that. >> we are. we're going to have the conversation. the idea is to keep the momentum going. people are outraged after newtown that it is time to do something. we have to keep the momentum going in order to get something done. >> stephanie: i thought wow gabby giffords and her husband a lot of the stuff they said -- >> powerful. >> stephanie: both gun owners, both second amendment people but just -- who more powerfully can make that case? >> 11 mass shootings since tucson. >> stephanie: i know. we'll get into all of it. here she is, jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everybody. vice president biden is holding a meeting at the white house today with victims' groups and gun safety organizations. this is the next in a series of meetings. that administration officials are having with stakeholders as they look at recommendations to hand to the president by the end of the month on how we
was the least rotten apple they could have gotten. >> paul: a rancid deal and i don't like the spinach reference. how much damage is there to the economy from in bill? >> well, i prefer the least rotten apple than spinach. i think that the two big problems here, people who believe that the rich should pay more do not understand the effects of marginal rates. when you raise marginal rates-- >> the next dollar of income that you earn. >> right, it lowers the incentive of the people that you want it take risk and to innovate and to create. that's one problem. so it will affect the growth of the economy. the other problem is, it does affect tax revenues. the guys with the green eye shades say well if we raise the taxes this much, we'll get this much more revenue. if you lower the incentive of people to take risk, generally what happens, revenue does not come in. >> paul: you don't get as much as you think you'll do. >> exactly. >> here, mary, look, the economy seemed, the stock market loved it, the hs blew out the next day and up based on the prospect that something would get d
that aren't good. grains. i don't mind having a bun. that tricks our brain but not in the right way. our brain is really smart. they're looking for nutrients, not calories. if you eat empty calories, soft drink, french fries. french fries are the single worst food. the average person eating french fries will gain three pounds a year. >> just from french fries? >> just from french fries. baked potato, that's fine. when you add sugar or salt and you fry them down, our body can't deal with that. our body says, you gave me calories but no nutrients. >> i was struck come being from europe by two things. one, incredible amount of fast food that you americans guzzle and secondly the amazing portions that come with almost every meal. you cannot order breakfast in america without somebody in a restaurant shoveling on potatoes, fries, without anybody asking for it. you just shovel out the food. >> we're all beginning to -- >> i mean that in a nice way. >> right. we've gotten very comfortable making those portions part of what we do. this has been looked at. you move the plate size to large which w
of people up here. i have always argued some of the dumb things they do because i don't think it's in the interest of israel. i just don't think it's spamart for israel. some say chuck hagel owes an apology for that. after all, not all jews support what israel does. does hagel have to explain himself, david? >> well, i don't want to parse a brief phrase that a nominee has used. many people use unfortunate phrases and go on to be excellent nominees. the problem with chuck hagel is not a phrase. the problem with chuck hagel is a consistent attitude. the next secretary of defense will be -- will likely to have deal with two basic types of issues at the top of the inbox. the first is managing a defense build down, if the sequester goes into effect, a very dramatic defense build down. you need someone with excellent military management experience, which chuck hagen does not have. i think you were too kind to him in the opening presentation. the second challenge will be the challenge of iran. we are probably coming to the extreme decision point where iran in the four years ahead. and c
generally that revenue doesn't come in. >> paul: so you don't get as much as you think. mary, the economy seems to be -- the stock market loved this. they blew out the next day and based on the prospect something would get done. how long go market is recovering. the economy and job market still not great, 155,000 new jobs, but the economy does seem to be doing okay. >> i think that is probably okay. the economy will do okay. but when you have an unemployment at 7.8% and really stubbornly not budging, you want to do something that something more for the economy than just okay, muddling through. if you are president you can say why you are feeling it but there are lot of people feeling the slow growth. it's disappointing we weren't able to do something has more of a positive impact. >> there were a couple big words attached. one was uncertainty, the economy needed certainty and the other was a prospect of a recession. i think the deal undoubtedly does avoid a recession. we're not going to have negative growth, but we are probably going to have growth as we have had for the last two years of
of alabama. no, i'm dead serious. i'm not really that shocked. >> you don't want to end up like brent musburger. >> no, it's the opposite of brent musburger, and i'm dead serious. if you go to ole miss, if you go to the university of alabama, if you go to auburn, even. i guess you yankees aren't used to -- >> we don't have that in the north. >> no, i'm dead serious. i mean, you look -- you know what? seriously, i looked at that picture and said, she's pretty. and you know what she looks like? she looks like a lot of other really pretty sorority girls at university of alabama or ole miss or auburn or i don't know. do you guys have them up at swanee? >> absolutely. >> i mean sororities. >> yeah. >> do you have sororities? >> absolutely. >> it's just not all that. get over it, move on. >> he doesn't get out a lot. >> you've got a dynasty. >> this is a different kind of s.e.c. dynasty. >> yeah. but we're used to it. we're used to it. >> this is not going to go on for nine minutes. >> you know what is going to go on for nine minutes, though? seriously, seriously, aig. >> aig. >> you know,
of these guys? boo-boos. don't call you know who. >> it is time to call the real boo-boo. >> i want to win money! i got to make me honey boo-boo. >> welcome everybody. i'm neil cavuto. hardie and hanse, listen and learn. while you're going for broke, honey boob's mom is playing it safe, socking away all of her kids' cash in the trust found that cannot be touched until they turn 21. and in the meantime, clipping coupons and living off sugar bear's salary. sugar bear is honey boo-boo's dad in case you're wondering. she said, want my kids to lock back and say, mama played it mart. not like all those other reality tv people. >> not like all those reality tv people indeed. not about to risk her kid's future. that is what got star parker asking washington, why the heck are you risking ours? you know, i think this is the mayan moment we missed. it had nothing to do with the world blowing up, but boo-boo's mom figuring out the way. what say you? >> i say, isn't it interesting when it's your own money, when it's your children's future, you absolutely get a little bit of insight into what reality looks li
down to it ♪ ♪ hit me with your best shot ♪ why don't you hit me with your best shot ♪ ♪ hit me with your best shot, fire away ♪ ♪ imus in the morning ♪ >> welcome to our brave new world of entitlement, it starts when you are very young. good morning, everyone. the taxpayer now feeds one in four of our nation's children. 20 million youngsters get food stamp benefits. we've never seen this before and the numbers are rising. the gun summit today. expect action soon. joe biden warns that the president may bypass congress to get something done. watch out for an executive order. niss nissan, a japanese company gets a 1.4 billion dollar loan from the taxpayer. the electric car, the leaf, gets the money. and please, look at this, if jack lew is confirmed as treasury secretary, this will be the signature you see on the dollar bill. looks like a printing. "varney & company" is about to begin. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll wk his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and me from e great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'
'll get to city on tv too. >> then i got a call from my ex-husband, so i don't know what that means. >> that's really exciting as nischelle mentioned, nominated in every major category which is such a big victory already. for a small movie. you know, in some ways. >> yes, yes. i'm so happy, for david o. russell. i think he is differ i know genius is an overused word but i've seen david o. russell. he's an amazing director. for me to work with that icon, mr. de niro, was like amazing. >> do you work on your speech? are you already drafting it out, the big major outline? >> honestly. >> the pressure is on. >> yeah. how did that work? >> i do know that you don't get out a piece of paper. they know for a fact millions of people turn the tv on to another channel as soon as you get out a piece of paper. so you have to try to be as spontaneous as possible without reading it out and trust yourself not to forget people. it's kind of hard to give a scripted speech and sometimes they can be really dull. i have seen what makes them interesting and lively. >> jacki, you should thank your ex-husb
room the answer is no, and we don't care what the question is. at least that seemed to be the running theme in a busy day at the office from the executive branch. of course when you're dealing with the nra this is somewhat expected. republicans have made no secrets that they intend to make the confirmation of chuck hagel very difficult. and jack lou who was nominated for treasury secretary will have a much easier go of it than hagel. well, the conventional wisdom may be wrong. alabama senator jeff sessions, who is the ranking minority member of the senate budget committee had this to say about jack lou. >> i tend to oppose this nomination. he doesn't bring the former new york fed chairman like secretary geithner and other very prominent people that we've had as secretary of treasury the premier financial position in the united states government more important because our president has no training, and really no understanding of class classical business and economics. >> jennifer: and an unnamed congression nat source told the "washington post" jennifer ruben that lou was the one to sc
to focus on first. >> well, i don't know that he's going to have much choice. he only has 16 months to governor before everyone starts running for president and no one is listening again. i think he does see some room for compromise over on pennsylvania avenue on that issue. but gun control has been just dropping it's ahead. the country is crying out about that more than anything else. i think he'll wind up doing both of those at once and that will be a tough road. >> john: gun control is an issue that democrats say people have hit the snooze button on since the 90s. can they get gun control through this congress. >> to be honest with you, i don't know what he can get through this congress. i think he can chip away a little bit at it, but i do think that if--i mean, if he tries to do--i think what vice president biden said today that's going to be one of the interesting things about the second term is the newly activated biden 2000. this guy has turned into a negotiating device at the president's hand. if they do try to do something by executive action you will hear heads explode. >
. they just don't do this. the funniest moms ever. >> joy: the funniest moms but the guys really outdid it. >> they did. >> joy: thank you so much. so nice to meet you. lovely to meet you. >> are you on twitter? >> joy: follow me on twitter. marlon l. wayans. >> joy: i'm at joy v behar. marlon's movie haunted house hits movies tomorrow. he'll be at the borgata february 9th. i will be talking with the legendary mel brooks. they're great. >> jennifer: i'm jennifer granholm. tonight in the war room the answer is no, and we don't care what the question is. at least that seemed to be the running theme in a busy day at the office from the executive branch. of course when you're dealing with the nra this is somewhat expected. republicans have made no secrets that they intend to make the confirmation of chuck hagel very difficult. and jack lou who was nominated for treasury secretary will have a much easier go of it than hagel. well the conventional wisdom may be wrong. alabama senator jeff sessions, who is the ranking minority member of the senate budget committee had this to say about jack lou.
can't nail him, if there's just suspicion, i don't think you should dock him, obviously. >> no. there's a cloud around everybody. we do have to figure out what to do. now you've got the all-time home run king, all-time hit king, a guy who won seven cy youngs in roger clemens will probably never be in the hall of fame. a guy like mark mcgwire. >> put it on the plaque. put it on the plaque. >> no, no plaque. no nothing because they aren't. >> the steroids era. >> there you go. >> first of all, that would be the biggest construction project in the history of cooperstown. >> true. good point. >> because the game was replete with steroids for a period of perhaps as many as 20 years. but certainly for 10 to 15 years. just put it on the plaque with bonds and clemens. here's what happened with them. here's what they admitted. here's what they were charged with. whatever. put it on the plaque. >> you know what my problem is, though? and maybe this is personal with me. i was born in atlanta, georgia. i grew up, hank aaron was my idol. hank aaron was a remarkable man, decent, humble, mobile, ala
people believe would be more effective. don't forget, there's a lot of history here and joe biden was the person managing the 1994 crime bill, which included the ban on assault weapons. he remembers what happened to democrats after they got past and lost control of the house. >> where could there be some consensus on this issue? >> again, in talking to administration officials about this, who have been involved in some of these sessions, one source said to me that it would be on the background issue. there seems to be a consensus developing that you can close that gun show loophole, require background checks. and the other area is on these high-capacity magazines. if you could limit those high-capacity magazines, then perhaps that would be another way of going at the assault weapons ban without allowing folks to say, you know what, you're taking away my guns because you wouldn't be taking away their guns. you would be just limiting those high-capacity rounds. >> you don't only need to develop a consensus with the republicans, but amongst the democrats you need a consensus because
in washington who personally don't like chuck hagel. they may actually like him personally but he rubbed some people the wrong way in the course of doing politics in d.c. what do you think is going on here with someone like senator mccain says one thing six years ago and another thing today. people like lindsey graham bring up the word "israel" an awful lot. what's at the core of the opposition? >> i think some of those substantive issues do concern him? . john and joe are right. chuck hagel has distanced himself from the republican party in a real and significant way. he essentially voiced support in 2008 for then senator obama's campaign for the presidency. traveled with him offer seas and really worked to squash concerns raised by mccain at the time and some of the fringe of the republican party barack obama was unfit, unqualified and maybe not even an american. this confirmation hearing will be important. it's obvious even some democrats want to hear answers from senator hagel on a variety of issues. have confidence he will be confirmed unless one of these senators steps forward and says
don't know just yet. it is familiart that there would be a changing of the guards between a first and second term. as it goes in churmz of steven chuit remains to be seen. some names would be byron dorgen, the democrat from north dakota. governor of the state of washington as well as jennifer gran. we know of one likely departure that we should hear about. that is a name not familiar to a lot of americans. she served as a deputy chief of staff to the president. it is likely that she is going to leave. there has been a lot of conversation about the number of women that have surrounded the president in this new cabinet. the last four positions we have seen were all men. nancy's name was not thrown around yet and some people are saying more women's names should have been considered. >> peter alexander, thank you so much and we will be stopping back with you to talk about immigration. >>> with chuck hagel's nomination looking like a tough one powell had this to say on "meet the press" this morning. >> i think he will do a great job as secretary of defense. i think all of these issues
of monkey? >> stephanie: i don't really know. >> an ugly monkey. >> stop it! [ buzzer ] >> it is a lovely monkey. >> stephanie: now it is on talking liberally when we touch the monkey. all right. >> it was a behr. now it's a monkey. >> stephanie: speaking of wildlife, how about the turtle on every single sunday show. >> we'll get you another look at him. he was everywhere. >> stephanie: that's a visual. eye candy for the gals. >> because i move so quickly. >> paul ryan. >> stephanie: no no. all right. no six-pack like paul ryan. jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning. secretary of state hillary clinton is back to work this week. today, in fact, after hospitalization for a blood clot in a vein in her head, she left new york presbyterian hospital five days ago and according to the state department has been keeping up with work via memos and talking with her staff. she has a series of meetings including three scheduled at the white house. she's expected to give up her spot as secretary of state in a few weeks. president obama has already announced he's nominated senator
by bringing dr. king's bible to this inauguration. even if you choose not to be ininvolved, at least don't be ungrateful. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton, "hardball" starts right now. >> hi noon on gun control. let's play "hardball." >>> let me start with this, new school shooting in california that's left a 16-year-old in critical condition. the national rifle association meeting with vice president's task force today cried when he called restrictions on lawful gun owners, tax-paying, working hard mirns and even being honest have to do with this country's failure to keep fast-firing, high capacity guns from the hands of the mentally or emotionally disturbed. if we can't do that woult arousing the call to arms the nra. those who want to keep the scariest guns from the scariest people? or those who want to make it easy as possible for the scariest people to get the scariest guns. what side are you on, mr. and mrs. america? we begin with governor dan maloy of connecticut. governor, thank you so much. >> talk about it, what it means to be the governor of a state that saw the newtown ho
. >> stephanie: yeah, that's why i think the white house is being very reasoned about this debate don't you? the gun lobbyists are the only ones that are saying you can't talk about anything. >> caller: it comes down to the human being, and each of us knowing the difference between right and wrong. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: and the guy that killed his mom. there has got to be something more to that. it hurts me just as much as it does anybody else. >> stephanie: yeah, i agree. any decent people i think were affected by that -- >> caller: so sad. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i try to look at both sides of the issue, and it's like -- [ sighs ] >> caller: i am one that has hold 18. >> stephanie: you have a clip. >> caller: and it's only for fun. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it's just for target. i would never hurt anybody. ever. unless they come in to my home to hurt me. >> stephanie: yeah, i hear ya. there are reasonable people on both sides of the debate. remember the feral pig hunter that called yesterday said he needed a 30-round clip because myriading pigs ru
. most americans agree that these high-magazines, these magazines of 30 shots don't make any sense. no one is juzing them in deer hunting, i can assure you. so let's do those things that we can have a common agreement, that make common sense that most americans agree on. >> let's hear from the vice president. here he is today holding hearings and meeting with women gun owners and the nra and, tonight, with the entertainment industry. this morning, he said he'll have proposals by next tuesday. let's hear what he had to say. joe biden. >> there's a real, very tight window to do this. i committed to him i'd have these recommendations to them by tuesday. it doesn't mean it's the end of the discussion, but the public wants us to act. >> the v.p. also hinted at the consensus he's found in previous meetings. educators and gun safety advocates. here's what he talked about. >> there is a surprising, so far, a surprising recurrence of suggestions that we have universal background checks. not just close the gun, show a loophole but total universal background checks. there's also a good deal o
us that change can come if you don't give up. that is the conviction we must carry now in our hearts. >> this week, we learned that the inaugural prayer will be delivered by medgar evars. these are powerful similar bombs, strong statements about america's struggle towards justice. we should all remember when we see the advancements of african americans or latinos or women or whomever have been shut out and had doors closed. those doors will open because others pay the price, others sacrifice, yes, some even gave their lives. we must never forget that it was not your abilities alone, but it was those that paid a price. so that your abilities would even be considered. that's a potent message the president does by bringing dr. king's bible to this inauguration. even if you choose not to be ininvolved, at least don't be ungrateful. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton, "hardball" starts right now. >> hi noon on gun control. let's play "hardball." >>> let me start with this, new school shooting in california that's left a 16-year-old in critical condition. the national rifle associ
are supportive of israel. i don't know what his management experience is regarding the pentagon. little, if any. so i think it's an incredibly controversial choice and it looks like the second term of barack obama will be an in-your-face term. >> so what are some of the issues? start with israel. as you heard, a number of his opponents, especially on the republican or conservative side think chuck hagel is not a friend of israel and point to his position on iran sanctions. they say because of his position that iran sanctions essentially aren't effective, that that is another point against him. also, from the liberal side, comments about a dozen, maybe 14 years ago, that chuck hagel made about a candidate for an ambassadorial position, where he called him openly and aggressively gay. now, chuck hagel has since apologized for that, but that also raises some haggles among some people on the more liberal side. not going to be a friendly reception up in the senate, however, the white house obviously thinks they can pull it off. >> an interesting confirmation hearing, that's for sure. >> let's talk a
take executive action. they are giving you an f rating with no sign of support from you. i don't think you mind that. >> no. >> would you mind executive action from the white house and the president? >> first of all, i don't know and it hasn't been specified what the vice president is talking about, but i welcome executive action and the president has executive power to take actions in these areas. i don't know what they specifically are and obviously we will look at that, but i welcome executive action in order to move quickly on the issues that will make a difference in the debate. >> to your point, peter alexander and the team of reporter who is cover the white house asking for more specifics on that. but it would likely point to what we have seen from the fiscal debate in congress. gridlock. you have mitch mcconnell on the sunday morning program saying the priority for congress are fiscal issues or gun control would be a back burner issue. whatever he meant by that point to way too many times in congress on big issues which is a gridlock. >> we shouldn't slow down and there shouldn
shutdown? >> i helped close the government twice. i think that is a dead loser. >> hopefully we don't get to that point. >> a place for politics. >> well, i got 98% of what i wanted. i'm pretty happy. >> the republican party losing streak continued today as a new poll shows that republicans also lost in the public perception of the fiscal cliff negotiations. "the was post" shows that 30% approve the way house speaker john boehner handled fiscal cliff negotiations, 56% don't approve, 53% approve the way president obama handled negotiations. 40% disapprove. today, chris christie continued his campaign against house republicans. >> we look forward to what we hope will be quick congressional action on a full, clean, sandy-aid bill now. now, next week, one thing i hope that everybody in america now clearly understands, new jersey, both republicans and democrats will never stand silent when our citizens are being shortchanged. >> and let's not forget what governor chris christie said last week. >> there is only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims. the house
disappoint a lot of folks. >> well you know what they say, if at first you don't succeed. >> today, republican governor chris christie told matt that the republican party is in trouble. >> but are you happy with the course of the republican party right now? do you think it is head understand the right direction? >> we have lost two national elections, i would say no. we're in politics to win, we need to think about doing something different. >> today, governor chris christie appeared on five morning shows and is also on the cover of this week's issue "time magazine." today, the governor gave the republicans this advice. >> what are you getting right that republicans in washington, d.c. are getting so wrong? what don't they get? >> we're compromising when we need to. i'm in divided government. i have a democratic senate and democratic assembly. so what that means is, i'm not going to get everything i want. >> here is what chris christie thinks of the tea party. >> i don't think they have had too much influence, and i think there is a lot of things -- >> you don't think that is why t
look like hitler have we been so -- i don't know why. wal-mart was too busy to meet with the vice president, but now they changed their mind. >> yeah, they found some time. >> stephanie: they had a thing with a guy, and i'm guessing the guy was wayne lapierre. >> what? >> good morning, everybody president obama will announce he is nominating jack lou as his new chief secretary. lou most recently a chief of staff deeply involved in administration negotiations over the fiscal cliff and raising the debt ceiling, the latter being a congressional fight with republicans. he is also going to have to kind a way to fight the automatic spending cuts. hilda solis has announced she was stepping down. she was the nation's first hispanic to hold that cabinet position. she appeared on bill press monday and gave no indication at the time that she might be leaving so long. >> i'm here today. i enjoy working with everybody. >> her departure adds to the mounting criticism of the obama administration for now seeming to stack its cabinet with men. all of the recent nominations are whit
nobody should have a machine gun. guess what, people don't get killed anymore with machine guns. we're not talking about incidences with hand grenades. we can make practical decisions. we can pass practical laws where most people would agree let's get that done. let's get rid of these magazines. no one should be able to buy any guns in america without a background check. it's pretty simple stuff. you know, we do background checks for just about everything. we don't with dough to for everyone purchase of a gun. >> who is coming at you when you make these statements? >> my state is pretty aggressive. but here is a big problem for us. you know, people from connecticut buy guns in our center cities, inner cities, that have been transported here having been purchased at gun shows where there's no background check and very little record keeping in places like florida and virginia and they work their way up 95, as they do, by the way, go right through d.c. and some of them jump off there as well. let's just close this. let's decide that, you know, some people should have guns and some peop
as well or will it just stay high now for the rest of the flu season? we don't know the answer to this. also this particular strain. it's h3n2 just appears to be a more severe strain. we've seen this before. it was severe then, it's severe now. more people having significant sickness as a result. >> every year around this time you hear two things. people saying every time i get a flu shot it makes me sick so i'm not going to get a flu shot. or they say i never get a flu shot and i'm healthy and so i'm not going to bother getting a flu shot. so as a doctor, what do you tell them? >> the flu shot is not perfect. it's about 60% effective. there's another flu virus going around not included in this shot so it's much better than nothing. it takes a couple of weeks for your immunity to build up after you get the flu shot so you're not protected right away. here's an important point and i think you and i have talked about this before. when you get a flu shot, what the body is doing is sort of ramping up the immune system. so it's recognizing that virus so that if it sees the virus again, it c
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